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horrible. >> she apparently wasn't crazy about the fact that the mannequin has no head, and looks like a ghost. it's made to look very creepy, the queen said. live, this is kron 4 news at 11:00. los angeles police admit they arrested the wrong man in the bryan stow attack and now have the right suspects, three of them, two have been charged with one count each of mayhem, assault by means likely to produce great bodily injury and battery with serious bodily injury, all felonies. kron 4's dan kerman has the latest. >> the district attorney filed multiple charges against louie sanchez and marvin norwood. >> reporter: the new suspects louie sanchez and marvin norwood are not strangers to violence and alcohol abuse. each has a laundry list of convictions. louie sanchez are for spousal abuse, carrying a loaded fire
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arm in a public place and evading a police officer. he also has several dui convictions. marvin norwood also has a long list of convictions, the most serious, felony spousal abuse. he also has a conviction for possession of drugs in 2003 plus a dui conviction. law enforcement officials that said while there is no forensic evidence they did make incriminating statements. police also arrests dorene sanchez as an accessory after the fact but she has been released and charges are pending. if convicted they face 8-9 years in prison. dan kerman, kron 4 news. bryanbryan stow's family posted an update saying he opened his eyes, he appeared to
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give a thumbs up signs and mouthed stow. people held a vigil for kenneth harding. some believe he might have somehow been killed by police. his death parked violent protest this week but kenneth harding died from a self- inflicted gun shot wound, not from a police officer's bullet. kron 4's reggie kumar tells us he was remembered at a vigil honoring those lost to violence. >> a make shift alter was set up. candles were lit as photos of those who were lost to violence were posted. the center picture is oscar grant and kenneth harding, jr. messages were strung up on rope. this one says justice for victims of police violence. vigil organizer is with power, an organization that helps
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individuals find work. she says it's time for the community to start the healing process. >> folks will be able to put up pictures and notes and we are here to celebrate the surviable of folks who have been dealing with this. >> reporter: they saw police officers shoot kenneth harding and it's hard for them to believe he died from a shelf inflicted gun shot wound. >> i still have that image of him crawling for his life on the ground. i keep having those images. >> reporter: during the vigil some became angry and started yelling, urging people to remember kenneth harding at this spot where he died. he poured wine on the pavement. she felt compelled to come and pray for peace. >> i have a baby's father who
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was killed from violence. >> reporter: reggie kumar, kron 4 news. a teenager convicted of killing a police officer in pittsburg has been sentenced again to life without patrol. his attorney argued for a reduction in his sentence. he was involved in the robbery in which his accomplish shot and killed a police officer. he was convicted of first- degree murder. a apartment fire left several people without a fire tonight. happened on the area of walnut creak on running springs drive. it burned eight units in that complex. a man and for the is his mugshot suspected of crashing his truck into a car full of teens. he heard a loud bang outside, found his house and his truck was vandalized and saw the
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suspect driving off. he chased him and rammed the car. he was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon. the u.s. military has banned gays and lesbians from serving openly, today president obama removed the ban and a lot of people are celebrating that victory. the move to end the banning couldn't some come soon enough for joseph. his career blew in the u.s. when he came out as a gay man. the military discharged him in 2007. >> i think my joy will come. >> reporter: now that president obama signed the certification for repeal of "don't ask, don't tell" he is reapplying for the
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marines. he says he loves the profession and his country. >> the man who saved your life, it's irrelevant what their sexuallity is. >> he joined 10 long time activists friday afternoon in san francisco to celebrate the end to a ban that dated back to the first world war. >> i got a lump in my throat. i am also ready to pride. i am so proud of the president of the united states to say to me i am be a gay man and serve my country. >> he left the army because he didn't want to live in fear and hide who he was. >> i was afraid of getting stand in the back. for my own people to hate me for my lifestyle. >> reporter: it will become law 60 days from the time the
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president signs. in san francisco, da lin, kron 4 news. we are starting out with a live look at conditions over the bridge where the fog is making its presence known around the bay area. look at what is on top for the next 24 hours. patchy fog long the coast line and inland valleys as well. tomorrow morning the fog and low clouds will be in abundance. into the afternoon, sunny and breezy conditions. i
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. >> you can see flames here. paramedics say the fires on the lift burned quickly and acted as a base and that might have saved their lives. they suffered shocks
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new information on the deadly attacks in norway. kron 4's grant lodes has more on who is responsible. >> reporter: there is the capital of oslo. on the big board for a closer look at where these two acts took place. over here is oslo where the bombs went off and a couple hours later, 25 miles northwest of oslo, that is where the shooting occurred. we are told a man dressed as a police officer started shooting
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at children at a youth camp. two deadly scenes and one heart breaking day for the peaceful country of norway. >> reporter: this is the man police say is responsible for the deadliest day in norway since world war ii. this is his picture. the horror started on friday in the capital of oslo. one bomb exploded killing 7 people and injuring dozens mormon couple hours later he did more damage. he used multiple guns, shooting at children at a youth camp. at least 80 deaths have been reported at that site alone that & that number is expected to rise. some people who tried to swim away were shot in the water. that camp is affiliated with
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the government. norway's largest tv broadcaster describes him as single, christian. grant lodes, kron 4 news. the end is near for borders bookstore. as kron 4's rob fladeboe reports, now offering really big discounts as parts of its going out of business sale. >> reporter: where were all these customers when borders bookstore needed them? buying books online perhaps buts the discounts now offered as they liquidate. >> $200. we bought books, magazines. >> i found good books. i was hoping to get them for ages and now i have them for
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$2, $4. the sign says up to 40% off and there are good deals. for example, these books going for $10. a lot of people said things were going for 10% off for now. borders bookstore said no cameras inside but we saw long lines around the store with customers reading their selections as they waited to check out. this is one of 38 stores closing in california. 399 nationwide. a sad day said some. >> amazon is impersonal. you get your books after a week. this, look at your book, buy it. >> once a great book store. i am sorry to see a book store go. >> reporter: the beginning the of end for the chain and all the
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stuff is gone. rob fladeboe, kron 4 news. >> its customers will be looking somewhere else to find books. we visited a small store in the east bay that is already feeling the impact. >> all of these shelves are shifting. >> reporter: the manager of black oak books. they specialize in older books. she suspects when borders is gone business could pick up. >> we have had more phone calls asking if we have books. i didn't think it's had an impact. >> reporter: if former borders customers stop by they could increase their inventory.
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>> depends on how much the demand picks up. we have space here. it's the owner and we all make the decisions. >> reporter: even though the demise of borders could mean more customers, it's sad to see it go. all book stores are facing a changing future. >> i feel sad when any book store closes. >> reporter: kron 4 news. we are look outside at conditions over the golden gate bridge. the fog is certainly on around the bay area, straight to the numbers. cooling down right outside the door. 50s, 60s. some 70s like antioch. 59 napa. 55 for those in half moon bay. 63 for mountain view. tomorrow afternoon we will see
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consistent weather, still below the average, 80 degrees through santa rosa. 81 in petaluma. cool here at the coast line. 57 for those at ocean beach. not looking like beach weather tomorrow. 65 for downtown san francisco. 60s and 70s long the east shore. up to 65 for berkeley. same for almeadsa. 85 danville. a lot cooler than what we saw this week. south bay, 70s and 80s. 87 anticipated for campbell. 82 santa clara and the warmest spots morgan hill, 88 degrees. at your seven day around the bay forecast you can see we are dealing with a cooler trend. as we head into the weekend, saturday and sunday you will be met with morning fog, breezy conditions, winds up to 25 miles per hour. as we head into the later part of the week, partly cloudy
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conditions. good news is, thursday and friday we will see lot warmer weather. temperatures could get into the low 70s for the inland areas. pretty comfortable and 60s for the coast. letter carrier put out a house fire while on his route. he was making the rounds on the 1300 block of surita way when he saw smoke coming from house. two children and a babysitter were standing outside. they said a grease fire in the kitchen got out of control. he called 911 and grabbed a garden hose. >> it was coming around the hallway, i kind of got down, keep the fire from going over my head. it finally went out and played the up again. couple times and it was coming up to the ceiling and i knocked it down and kept the water on
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there to make sure it would dissipate the heat. watch back draft and these movies and going, that's what they talk about, not to put oil on the -- water on the oil. doesn't make. i am glad it knocked down. scary. people joke around, what did they ask you, okay, well, is my hair still in place. funny stuff. i didn't realize how much smoke i had on my body. took a shower, everything was black. what a way to go. something happens i got two months to go, 27 years on my job. i am glad everything turned out okay. if i had to do it again i would do the same thing. you think out of instinct and hopefully it was the right decision. buster posey reach as milestone in his road to
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recovery. the procedures he had done today and what
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new details on buster posey. he has cleared another hurdle in his road to recovery. he had the screws removed from his left ankle. you remember this day, 25 of may. he is still weeks away from putting weight on the leg. he tore three leg minute and fractured a bone in that collision may 25. hard to watch. erica is here. what is the weekend like? >> cooler conditions all around the bay area. fog on the san francisco coast line and towards the inland areas as well. we are 10 degrees cooler than the seasonal average. good news is, we have a warm up
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